Flashpoint StreakLight Portable Strobe
The Flashpoint StreakLight features high-speed sync, built-in optical slave, four shooting modes and auto-focus assist. Photographers get control from the large LED panel with adjustable output from 1/128 to full, in 1/3 stop increments, and soft, even light from using the included standard, parabolic reflector and diffusion panels.
The StreakLight flash has two sync jacks and overheating protection circuitry, and also features a wireless remote control USB port. The Flashpoint Wireless Remote & Receiver is just one of many optional accessories that make this light even more versatile while shooting on location. A full line of compatible Flashpoint light modifiers, from snoots to beauty dishes, is also available through Adorama. Photographers can choose a bundled package such as the Flashpoint StreakLight Creative Collection, which includes a dome diffuser, four color filters and grid, a flash grip, and cables among many other useful accessories, or purchase Flashpoint StreakLight accessories à la carte. Flashpoint StreakLight is compatible with accessories from other well-known brands including Quantum and Lumedyne.
Powering the StreakLight
Flashpoint StreakLight is perfect with its companion portable battery pack, the Flashpoint Blast Pack. Blast Pack is extremely lightweight and features replaceable, rechargeable batteries for continuous shooting with just one pack. Watch a product overview video here. StreakLight is also compatible with other leading manufacturers’ portable power packs, but Flashpoint is available at far more affordable prices than other brands.
Pricing and Availability
The Flashpoint StreakLight 360Ws is available now for 549 USD or bundled with the Blast Pack battery for 749.95 USD. The Flashpoint StreakLight 180Ws is available now for $405.95 or bundled with the Blast Pack battery for $599.95.
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